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Not sure if you are asking what they are in Safari CMD + [ Go back (or cmd+alt+5) CMD + ] Go forward (or cmd+alt+6) But you can make it work using Terminal with following (Thanks to @Tetsujin research) Terminal command to re-enable Backspace/Delete as ”Back-Button“: defaults write com.apple.Safari ...


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Using Safari: Copy this in its entirety to your clipboard on your iOS device: ...


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I could not find any thing to re enable this. So I built a quick Safari Extension to give me something that would give me a list. I am posting the link here Hierarchy List And may repost with a how to make one when I get a little time. update* Update the download: The popover will now close when the url clicked in the list is not the current ...


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As it was mentioned already ⌘+Z only works for one tab. If you would like to be able to reopen more than 1 tab, try retab, an open source Safari extension. You can customize the key-bindings to match Chrome-style ⌘+⇧+T too.


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Window > Show Next Tab Should display the keyboard shortcut to switch between open tabs, I have mine custom set but I believe the default keyboard shortcut is : Control+--> However if you want a specific tab to be populated corresponding to the number you can set custom keyboard shortcuts within Automator or go Ian's route I was able to reproduce your ...


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This how-to might contain all necessary information provided by Apple in the past or help otherwise: The Apple Safari extension development guide describes how to generate CSR(Certificate Signing Request) file for Mac. But, if we want to develop the Safari extensions on windows 7, we don’t have any resource to guide us. Here, I am providing steps to create ...


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You can select the site and revert the changes on Safari → Preferences → Notifications.


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If you go to "preferences" in the Safari tab and then to "advanced" you can click the "Never use font sizes smaller than" button and then pick the font size you want. Then you won't have to squint and get real close to the screen to read it anymore.


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Right-click an element, then choose Inspect Element. This opens the developer tools and selects the element in the DOM. This can be scripted with Automator/Keyboard Maestro/etc for activation with a keyboard shortcut if you wish.


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I think I have solved my problem. I got an exception from Safari which suggested "External Modification Warnings: Thread creation by external task." I found many references on the web (most for Windows) and some suggesting going to Safari\Preferences\Extensions and turning off. I wasn't even going to try those which suggested I install yet another app from ...


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HSTS.plist is a Safari settings file related to HTTP Strict Transport Security. It is a mandatory setting for Mavericks and newer OS releases. For more information about this security policy mechanism, you can read up about it at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_Strict_Transport_Security


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Entries in this table are read-only; if you want to edit a cookie’s value, you need to do so with the document.cookie object in JavaScript (you can use the Quick Console at the bottom of the content browser to modify the cookie and see the results update in real time). Pressing the Delete key while a cookie is selected deletes the cookie. please reference ...


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Welcome to the Non-World Wide Web ! In the good old days, search engines respected the principles of the World Wide Web. Then they started to alter their outputs according to guessed language and guessed location. Your problem comes from the search engine used by Safari : Google or Bing or another one. You may try these possible solutions : Go to the ...


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I found this very old blog post that lead me to a solution to this problem. You can use AppleScript like this to tell Safari to change to a specific tab: try tell front window of application "Safari" to set current tab to tab 3 on error tell front window of application "Safari" to set current tab to last tab end try So if you create nine of these ...


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You can also change the iOS Reader.html CSS on iPad, iPhone or iPod, confirmed working on iOS 8.1.2 iPad Air 2. Here's how: You will need to Jailbreak your iOS device, and download a file system managing app called iFile. Then you'll have full Explorer/Finder functionality on your iOS device. Next, navigate to the folder: ...


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You can temporarily display the protocol by activating the address bar with ⌘ Cmd-L and copy-pasting the current URL back to the address bar with ⌘ Cmd-C, ⌘ Cmd-V. The protocol will, however, disappear again as soon as you load a new page by following a link on the page or pressing Enter in the address bar.


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My problem was Command-Shift-Option-V (Paste and Match Style) which would just give me right-pointing double angle quotation mark ('»'). Per my experience there may be at least three things that might have something to do with this apparent bug (2011 Early MBP with SSD and did a clean Yosemite install by the way if anyone's wondering). You have only one ...


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You can't list entire search results from your history on iOS. The most you can do is as you have done by searching in Spotlight search and using the ~5 search results. If your Safari history is synchronised with iCloud, you can search the entire history in Safari on OS X. Open Safari and press ⌥⌘2, then use the search box in the bottom-right corner.


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No. There is no way to do this through the standard user interface. Sorry. I can understand why you might want to do this, but the reality is that -- for pragmatic reasons -- software designers often need to keep it simple and avoid features that only a tiny fraction of their user base will use.



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